Harrison House is a transitional, eight bed, co-ed rehabilitative housing program for individuals with a diagnosed mental illness.
Rental agreements are time limited (usually about two years) and geared toward the goal of eventual independent living. The Community Support Worker provides life skill coaching and promotes independence.
Residents have the opportunity to participate in social recreation and psycho-educational programming provided in the home and they also participate in household duties.
If required, tenants are encouraged to work with a Mental Health Case Manager or another community support person to support them with their unique mental health goals.
This program is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long- Term Care.